Usb Drive Access

By MGARYM ยท 6 replies
Mar 22, 2007
  1. I Have A160gb Usb Drive Attached To My Desktop W2k Computer That I've Accesses On My Home Network For Years.

    Yesterday It Can't Be Accessed With The Following Message
    " Not Accessable. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource. Contact The Admin.... Not Enough Server Storage Is Available To Process The Command."

    I Can See And Access My Other Drives.

    I Am On A Linksys Wrt54g Network And Can't Access It By Ethernet Or Wireless.

    I Tried To Remove Shares And Recreate Them But To No Avail..
    Any Help Would Be Appreciated.
  2. gavinseabrook

    gavinseabrook TS Rookie Posts: 320

    Could you explain your network setup a little bit better? What other computers do you have? What OS are they running? How are you trying to access the drive ect.

    MGARYM TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Usb Drive Connected To Desk W2k. Laptop Is Wxp Pro. This Problem Started Yesterday. Have Been Accessing And Had It Mapped For 2 Yrs.

    Can Access Other Network Drives.
  4. gavinseabrook

    gavinseabrook TS Rookie Posts: 320

    Check your event viewer for any errors. (Start>control Panel>Administrative tools> Event Viewer). I would say look in the system area of the event viewer.
  5. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    can you access from them the machine it's connected to

    MGARYM TS Rookie Topic Starter


    yes. if i attach it to another desktop i can see it on the network.

    the problem is just with my computer.

    i believe some network file was damaged by a worm or virus. i have cleaned the machine but this is still a problem.

    i am going to try to uninstall w2k network services and reinstall it. if that doesn't work i will try repairing with install disc.
    i just don't want to f up my computer.
  7. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    more'n likly the usb drivers are corrupt
    or the connection port on that machine
    try another device see if you can read it
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